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2008 North Carolina Statewide CHAMP Survey Results

Sexual Behavior

Have you ever heard that girls who have had sex should be tested for Chlamydia once a year?***

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  Total
Respond.#
Yes No
N % C.I.(95%) N % C.I.(95%)
TOTAL 1,289 551 44.7 41.3-48.2 738 55.3 51.8-58.7
GENDER
Male 665 272 42.1 37.3-47.0 393 57.9 53.0-62.7
Female 624 279 47.4 42.5-52.4 345 52.6 47.6-57.5
RACE
White 886 372 42.4 38.4-46.6 514 57.6 53.4-61.6
African American 207 103 51.7 43.6-59.8 104 48.3 40.2-56.4
Other Minorities 196 76 43.1 34.4-52.3 120 56.9 47.7-65.6
HISPANIC
Yes 97 40 44.1 32.5-56.4 57 55.9 43.6-67.5
No 1,189 511 44.8 41.3-48.5 678 55.2 51.5-58.7
AGE GROUPS
11 through 13 496 193 40.7 35.3-46.3 303 59.3 53.7-64.7
14 through 17 793 358 47.5 43.1-51.9 435 52.5 48.1-56.9
PARENT EDUCATION
Less H.S. 63 22 39.4 25.7-55.1 41 60.6 44.9-74.3
H.S. 254 106 47.8 39.9-55.8 148 52.2 44.2-60.1
Some College 324 142 47.3 40.4-54.3 182 52.7 45.7-59.6
College Graduate 647 281 43.2 38.5-48.0 366 56.8 52.0-61.5
SCHOOL
Public 1,138 479 44.0 40.4-47.8 659 56.0 52.2-59.6
Private/Home 140 67 49.0 39.0-59.1 73 51.0 40.9-61.0
GRADE
4th-5th 60 20 27.5 16.7-41.8 40 72.5 58.2-83.3
6th-8th 490 195 42.2 36.6-47.9 295 57.8 52.1-63.4
9th-12th* 736 334 48.2 43.6-52.7 402 51.8 47.3-56.4
HEALTH INSURANCE
State Health Plan 64 29 49.2 34.1-64.4 35 50.8 35.6-65.9
Private 720 305 44.6 40.0-49.2 415 55.4 50.8-60.0
Health Choice 71 34 49.0 35.0-63.1 37 51.0 36.9-65.0
Medicaid 206 95 48.6 40.0-57.2 111 51.4 42.8-60.0
Other 121 46 38.7 28.1-50.4 75 61.3 49.6-71.9
No health insurance 94 36 37.3 25.6-50.6 58 62.7 49.4-74.4
CHILDREN WITH SHCN**
Yes 150 72 45.6 35.9-55.7 78 54.4 44.3-64.1
No 1,130 474 44.4 40.7-48.2 656 55.6 51.8-59.3

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*Includes those in college or other post high school education
**SHCN=Children with Special Health Care Needs

***Asked only for children 11 years and older.

^Use caution in interpreting cell sizes less than 50. N = numerator, % = Percentage, C.I.(95%) = Confidence Interval (at 95 percent probability level).
Percentages are weighted to population characteristics and therefore cannot be calculated exactly from the numbers in this table.

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